Functional Training

 “Functional training is the action of training “function,” a general term that means ‘role or duty.’ Functional training is the science of training the body to mimic moves in our daily life, actions we perform such as taking the groceries out of the trunk of a car or picking up the soap in the shower.
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MMA Training

MMA training (mixed martial arts) is the combination of learning kickboxing, takedowns and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu all at the same time. This workout can burn an amazing amount of calories as you are constantly changing levels alternating between stand up and ground work.


At Dynamic Edge Training we strongly believe that a sound nutrition plan is one of the most important pieces in the puzzle to obtaining the perfect balance needed for total health. It has been said many times that abs are made in the kitchen not in the gym and this is a very true statement.

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Personal Training

At Dynamic Edge Training our main focus is balance. Balance meaning incorporating all types of fitness so that each client achieves the right amount of Holistic fitness. “Holistic” fitness refers to the perfect balance of strength, core, functional training, balance, flexibility, nutrition and most of all relaxation and stress relief.


At Dynamic Edge Training our clients get a special treat as we are the host facility for CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training in Orange County. CrossCore® is a new innovative company that is taking over the fitness industry with its amazing new product.

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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has been proven to be the most effective martial art in a combat situation. It was derived from the Japanese for military purposes and was then brought to Brazil in the early 1900’s.

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Crosscore vs TRX Suspension Training

One of the top three fitness trends today is Bodyweight suspension training. Why is it so popular you may ask? First off, it is an extremely efficient way of working out as you can train your entire body on the suspension trainer. This means a very small space is needed to do a job that 20-30 machines would normally do. Second, it is a very affordable way to workout as all the extra machines are not needed and a typical suspension device costs no more than $250. Third, the suspension trainers are portable and can be taken anywhere; the beach,  1. TRX is a suspension trainer only allowing the participant to perform exercises in two planes of motion – frontal and sagittal – a major difference between the two programs. This basically means they can perform exercises to the front and to the side. One essential...

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Sound Nutrition vs. Fad Diets

For many years “fad diets” have taken over the minds and the bodies of way too many people. There is a good reason why something is called a “fad”; simply because it comes and it goes. The reason why these fad diets ”go” is because something is always discovered about them that is unhealthy for the human body. When we talk about health we talk about longevity, living a balanced, high energy life for a very long time. Fad diets typically restrict our bodies of a certain macronutrient such as carbohydrates which are the primary source of energy for the brain. If we are restricting our brains of energy how are we supposed to live that vivacious healthy, high energy life? The answer is.. we’re not! The brain and the rest of our body need “glycogen” which is the storage form of carbohydrates in our muscles....

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Functional Training vs Machine Workouts

Hopefully we all know by now that there is a major shift in the different styles of fitness training these days. Some people believe it or not are still stuck in the past and spend all their time focusing on workouts using machines. Others have evolved their way of thinking and are getting much better results by doing so. They focus their time with functional training and are getting excellent results. What is the real difference between these two types of training? The major difference between the two styles is simple, planes of motion. For the past 40-50 years most people trained in what is called the “sagittal” plane; this is everything in front of us, bicep curls, bench press, squats, lunges, etc. The problem with only training in this plane of motion is we forget about the stabilizing and rotating muscles. These are the muscles that...

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